Have you ever wondered what it would sound like if Emmylou Harris, Rosemary Clooney and The Frames were all thrown into a proverbial blender?
Josh Homme and Dave Grohl coaxed Led Zeppelin’s bassist-and-more John Paul Jones into some jams and gigs under a jokey collective name.
Some days a record just falls into place. It strikes with the right mood at the right time, slicing a moment out of thin air and setting it into stone.
This record shouldn’t be listened to via conventional means; rather, it should be played at its own midnight screening, with introduction and commentary from Joe Bob Briggs.
Trailer Tapes II is the latest offering from Slaughter, Ky., native Chris Knight.
I was out for a Sunday drive when I first slid Sainthood into my player. Autumn’s colorful foliage and crisp, cool air put a relaxed smile on my face.
Louisville, I was thinking the other day about how we used to be cool. We used to have all kinds of kick-ass shows. Crain, Shovel, Evergreen … man. Those were the times, huh?
There’s something comforting about a new Slayer disc. You know there won’t be anything unwanted.
Simply put, C+ is the band Louisville has been waiting for.